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Article Image, by Kevin Harrish

NBA legend Charles Barkley may have voted for Democrats his entire life up to this point, but he is clearly not happy with the way the Democratic Party and President Joe Biden have treated Black people.

Article Image, AFP

Since his tumultuous takeover of Twitter, Elon Musk has made an unabashed turn to the right politically, defying the orthodoxy that Silicon Valley is a citadel of well-heeled liberals beholden to Democrats.

Article Image, By Tom Woods

From the Tom Woods Letter: I didn't watch the State of the Union last night. I knew it would be lies and impossible promises from start to finish.

Article Image, by Jeff Thomas

Dependency upon government is a disease. Once it has been caught, it becomes chronic and does not reverse itself in a population until the system collapses under its own weight.

Article Image,by Dennis J. Kucinich

Leaders make choices in moments of crises which can either lead to enhanced security or catastrophe for their nations, with the lives of innocents often hanging in the balance.

Article Image, by J.B. Shurk

Last week Newt Gingrich tried to remind Americans how serious the threat of nuclear conflict remains. In a sober essay, he warned that the United States is not prepared to withstand nuclear or electromagnetic pulse attacks and urged Americans to pre